Would You Eat a Sorbet with Spinach?

Yogurtland’s new Kosmic Fruit Kaboom sorbet isn’t green because of food coloring
Staff Writer


Yogurtland now offers a sorbet with spinach, lime, banana, and pineapple.

Need a new way to get your kids to eat spinach? Look no further than Yogurtland’s new Kosmic Fruit Kaboom sorbet flavor that combines spinach, pineapple, lime, and banana, according to PRweb.com.

The new flavor is one of the few that are in Yogurtland’s new Looney Tunes line of frozen yogurt, and the green color was inspired by Marvin the Martian. This sorbet is the first to include a vegetable in the mix and, if you’re aware of the recent fad of green smoothies and drinks, has been a long time coming. When combined with bananas and other ingredients, the taste of the spinach is typically masked, so the resulting taste is whatever the rest of your ingredients are (in this case, a fruity burst of pineapple, banana, and lime).

The sorbet packs in a ton of nutrients and vitamins like calcium, magnesium, manganese, and Vitamins A, K, and C. Yogurtland “flavorologist” Scott Shoemaker said that they’re excited to be the first frozen yogurt chain to offer a sorbet with a vegetable in it and adds that the spinach brings a “wonderful energizing boost” to their product.

Along with this vegetable additive, Yogurtland has been offering shredded carrot as a topping since July 8, the first vegetable topping for the company, and now you can also add pop rocks on top, hence the “kaboom.”

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